1994 Al Unser, Jr. Penske PC-23

Restored by John Cummiskey Racing, this 1994 Al Unser, Jr. Penske PC-23 competed in the 1994 IndyCar season with Team Penske. The PC-23 was designed by Nigel Bennett, who based its design on the 1993 car, the PC-22, which was a radical departure from the basic concept of the previous Penske cars. The PC-23 was one of the most dominant open wheel race cars ever developed. It won both the 1994 CART season, and the 1994 Indianapolis 500 with Al Unser Jr., together with Emerson Fittipaldi and Paul Tracy scoring 12 wins out of 16 in total, collecting 10 pole positions and 28 podium finishes, in a season that saw Penske also take the Constructor’s Cup, and the Manufacturer’s Cup with the Ilmor-Mercedes-Benz engine.